Le Grand Fort was the "Ultimate Gift" in the FAO Schwartz 2000 Christmas Catalog. This beautiful play structure was purchased by a family that resides in a 16th century Castle in the South of France. Barbara and her crew traveled to France and spent over a week living in the grand castle while installing Le Grand Fort.
Fort Tuckaway is aptly named as it intertwines among the trees, with many parts hidden from view. This luscious redwood play fort in a kaleidoscope of color resides in the backyard of a famous Hollywood TV Writer/Producer.
Sometimes, even small spaces can handle a big playstructure. Rapunzel's Retreat has it all: a two-story Hexagon Tower, a Rope Climbing Net, Swings, Bridges, a Slide, and two happy little girls who love to play on it.
This beautiful Double Playhouse has a Ship's Ladder entrance to the upper level as the easy way up for young children, moms and nannies. Older kids like the more challenging Rock Climbing Wall and Crazy Bar Climb on the Lookout Tower, connected to the Double Playhouse by the Bridge-over-Swings for 2.